Yeah i don’t like slow projects either… but sometimes you can’t avoid this. Anyhow, you are welcome Dogmotion
I’ve also checked your project and yes, in cs6 no artifact and in cs5 exists.
I don’t know why this appears (cs5 bug or something else) but the solution i found (cause i had the same problem few times) is to change the bits per channel. Sometimes 16bpc solves it sometimes only 32bpc and in that way you will avoid using compound blur.
Hope that helps Dog.
i love the quality of markIII Raw! Also nice production, locations and color. From the director’s & editor’s point of view i don’t see something to blow my mind and say wow! Pretty standart things. My humble opinion offcourse.
Over all, good work!
Btw, until now i’ve been to your country 4 times and i must say that i’m in love with Serbian people and the countryside!
Damn! I fell on the floor laughing man! Fantastic example..
Totally not related to topic. Is it safe to install Magic lantern on my Canon? Could anything possibly goes wrong?
I agree with AndrVlad. I also never heard or saw any problems with it. The thing is that when you install ML the camera is considered as “hacked” and you lose the company’s warranty if you still had one. But don’t take my word for certain, maybe those things differs from country to country.
The main drawback ergonomically speaking is what you do with the pen when you type. I have a habit of sticking in my mouth for a couple of seconds. You can put it back in its holder too. I’ve often thought of having it attached to the ceiling on a piece of elastic.
maybe a new magnetic pad beside the main tablet that makes the pen float? and also a new button that displays a digital keypad on the tablets touch area?? o.O heheh… the one with the elastic attached on the ceilling rolled me down… funny on first thought, very smart on second thought. To be honest i’m tempted!!
Something strange – when set to use with left hand it turns out that the usb cable that is connected to the device ends up on the left side as well. Gets in the way as you hold the pen with the left hand as well.
I’m also left handed and my tablet has 2 mini usb ports (on the upper left and lower left). Firstly i couldn’t find the second because it’s like a slide door. When the one is open the other is closed and vise versa. The hidden switch is underneath the tablet. Mine offcourse it’s 3+ years old intuos4 medium, so maybe they’ve change it but even if they did, i believe they found a new ergonomic solution for lefthanded people.
Hope that helps.
same problem here with hand/wrist/elbow pains from many hours on pc. Firstly i got some acupuncture. Secondly i bought a wacom tablet and thirdly someone send me this youtube video. All three worked out excellent in combination. Now it’s been 3 years without any pain or discomfort. And yes tablet is an excellent tool…